2m W. Economy Greenhouse Shade Netting
2 metre wide
This high density green polyethylene greenhouse shade netting has eyelets woven into the seam of the net to provide strong tying points - the netting can also be used as a windbreak netting for temporary or permanent protection of your crops
This high density green polyethylene greenhouse shade netting has eyelets woven into the seam of the net to provide strong tying points - the netting can also be used as a windbreak netting for temporary or permanent protection of your crops.
- When used in the Greenhouse this gives 40% shade 2m (6' 6") wide
- Sold by the linear metre please enter total length required into quantity box
- Also available in 1 metre and 3 metre widths please see GDN-005 below
Please enter total the length required into the quantity box
Bought this to use for greenhouse shading instead of painting on the white shading every year and then having to wash it all off. It is really easy to use as one width fitted the main sides and apex of our 8x6 greenhouse so no fiddling around and fitting it. We did not peg it down instead we used blocks to hold it down along the lengths of the greenhouse, but looking at the manufacture I am sure the pegs would work well and not tear at the material as it seems really well made and sturdy. Really good value for money and a very speedy, well packaged delivery.
I bought this to provide a windbreak/screen for our beehive that is sited on an allotment. I've no doubt that it would perfom its designed task very well and you can buy as much as you need. The sewn in holes allow it to be easily secured or to allow edges to be "sewn" together for greater width. It appears to be durable enough for my windbreak so should be fine on a greenhouse. Good value and delivered the next day.
What The Press Say
Grow Your Own1st July 2009
10 Clever Ways to... Protect your crops from summer heat - Greenhouse Shading: Useful contacts: Greenhouse Shading Gear: Harrod Horticultural
In the height of summer the heat levels in greenhouses can rocket, causing plants to wilt. Harvests can suffer in these high temperatures, so it's important to shade your greenhouse to keep crops cool. The downside is plants also need light for healthy growth, so a complete blackout is likely to leave you with a poor haul of edibles - just cover as much of the glass as necessary to reduce the temperature.
Alison Forbes (Customer)12th September 2011
The goods were dispatched promptly and we are pleased with the shade netting as it comes into its own in this very hot weather, thankyou for this prompt service and we hope to order more goods from you in the future.